Hillary and Bill Clinton Tickets Now Available at a HILARIOUS Price


It’s amazing how little a two-time presidential loser and perennial whiner tickets go for nowadays. A big deal was made out of it when their ticket prices dropped to $20 bucks but now they have sunk to a mere two dollars each.

Quite frankly, they would have to break the bank at the Clinton Foundation to pay me enough to attend one of their lectures and I’m not even sure they could meet my price by doing that. And from the looks of things, there are a lot of people who agree with me.

Even with a former two-term president on the ticket, the price is underwhelming.

From The Gateway Pundit

Uh oh! Hillary Clinton’s 2020 campaign is already faltering, even before she officially announces.

The former Secretary of State and her husband, accused rapist and former Democrat President, Bill Clinton, are currently on a multi-city tour that they launched last November.

Hillary and Bill Clinton have announced a 2018-2019 arena tour, launching on Nov. 18. The BIll and Hillary Clinton tour will be known as “An Evening with The Clintons” and is billed as an up close and personal live event

The tour is winding down now, and much like Hillary’s sister network, CNN, the ratings are down. Way down. How far down?

Ticket prices are dramatically slashed for Bill and Hillary Clinton’s speaking tour with seats in LA being sold for just $2

That far down.

It wasn’t very different in Seattle:

the Seattle Times reported tickets on the secondary market were being sold for just $20 for Friday’s appearance at Seattle’s WaMu Theater. The best tickets were $829 but that was a 54 percent drop from $1,785 when the tour was first advertised.

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